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Rohan Gavaskar Blasts The Troll Who Slammed Him For His Tweet On India’s Poor Performance In Test

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Rohan Gavaskar Blasts The Troll Who Slammed Him For His Tweet On India’s Poor Performance In Test

The disappointing performance of the Indian cricket team in the first test match against Australia has left many Indian cricket lovers upset and annoyed and one of them is Rohan Gavaskar. The former Indian cricketer is a popular person, not because of his cricketing career but for being son of the legendary former Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar.

The hosts won the first test match by 8 wickets and it was not the defeat of the Indian team which hurt the most but the fact that India touched the new lows as they got all out for 36 in their second innings. The Indian squad seemed to have an upper hand when the Indian bowlers bowled out the Aussies for 191 in the first innings and India was having a lead of 53 runs. Fans were hopeful that the Indian batsmen would put up a good show and give a decent, if not big, target to chase in the second innings but all the hopes went haywire when the Indian team bundled out for just 36 runs in the second innings.

Twitterati lost its nerves and went berserk, slamming the Indian team and targeting some players more, especially the skipper Virat Kohli and the head coach Ravi Shastri.

Rohan Gavaskar also took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to troll the Indian cricket team as he wrote, “Are we just witnessing the birth of a new format? First innings test match – second innings t-20. Best of both worlds.”

The tweet was not liked by an Indian cricket fan who got personal with Rohan as he asked the latter about his achievements. He also asked Rohan to make a comment that only after doing something in his life and went on to say that the former cricketer is still behaving like a kid.

Here is what the online user wrote, “Have u achieved anything in cricket buddy? Why u r commenting such with their level? First achieve something in life. U r just like a little kid still now.”

Rohan Gavaskar was certainly ready for giving back to this user and he replied with, “A) I’m not your buddy B) yes I have . C) stick to making your fantasy teams . D) move out of your parents house”

Rohan, who is a commentator now has played 11 international ODIs for the country in which he has scored total 151 runs with an average of around 18 runs which also includes a half-century.

The Indian team has certainly broken many hearts and Rohan was just expressing his frustration as an Indian cricket fan so don’t you think that trolling him was just useless? Share your opinion in this regard.

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